In the last article we started our synopsis about kitchen cleaning. In this article we will continue in the same vein.

Cutting boards

Your cutting boards should always be washed with an anti-bacterial soap after they have been used. You should also make sure you use separate boards for cutting raw meat and vegetables or cooked products.

Kitchen bin

With recycling being heavily promoted, most homes now have a waste food bin alongside the general rubbish bin. If possible you should use compostable bags in the food waste bin, which can be tied and thrown into the recyclable waste when full. This will reduce the chance of any lingering smells in the recycling receptacle.

Microwave ovens

In a similar manner to standard ovens, microwaves often get forgotten about where cleaning is concerned, as when their door is shut, the contents within can be forgotten. Incidentally, if you microwave a cup of water with a dash of vinegar and a slice of lemon for a couple of minutes, any food debris on the sides of the oven will wipe away with ease.

A professional home cleaning service in London will of course be able to help you out if you need a cleaner on a regular basis.